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Old 05-13-2010, 08:32 AM   #1
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Global warming problems again...


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Old 05-13-2010, 08:41 AM   #2
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Bummer. Wonder if the giant red storm is going to disappear also?

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Old 05-13-2010, 10:04 AM   #3
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And so the end of days begin........................
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Old 05-13-2010, 10:47 AM   #4
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how on earth can you blame this on global warming LOL!

interesting though. i think its funny when scientists are "baffled" you look at a thumbnail pic of jupiter and expect to figure out the internal workings of a planet without being able to be there or even see it in great detail... even the highest res picture we can get from earth isnt enough... just silly men staring at the stars...
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LOL genral! I really don't get how this is related to global warming at all. I mean it's GLOBAL warming as in, within our GLOBE's O-zone right?? C'mon... How can Jupiter be affected by GLOBAL warming?? I still don't get it...
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Old 05-13-2010, 11:46 AM   #6
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There always has to be a scapegoat. In this case the earth's global warming effecting another planet. Guess our pollution is going into space and effecting other planets now.
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Old 05-13-2010, 12:00 PM   #7
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Stupid cows and their methane gases causing our globe to warm up and make other planets shut down also.

(Actually Global Warming is a natural occurence, Earth is currently in its 5th cycle of global warming. If you are interested I will write all of that stuff up.)

I think Jupiter has been piggin' out and got fat and had to lose its red belt...
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Come on everyone knows it is Bush's fault something he started before he left office
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While I know this isn't, I can't turn my head to the fact that a lot of our recent issues are Bush's problem...
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While I know this isn't, I can't turn my head to the fact that a lot of our recent issues are Bush's problem...
first off... changing the subject at hand in a thread is considered to be highjacking... and second, we have enough problems now that have nothing to do with the bush administration or what they did... BUT this is for another thread, start one if you like im sure there will be plenty of opinions cast into the pot.

i think something happened on the surface of the big planet that caused it! like a big war or amegedon with the local gas breathing fish people that live there!

edit: forgot to multiquote the other dude, not picking on JUST you
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It's incredible to me the way other planets work. In our lifetime, we'll never get close enough or have enough knowledge to fully understand the way they develop.
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Global warming could very well be the cause since there is considerably more evidence that our supposed global warming was caused by sun cycles rather than carbon...
I have a feeling N39-W120 was just making a joke based on the global warming fanatics tendency to try blaming everything on earth on global warming, up to and including earth quakes.
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maybe jupiter has global warming issues of its own... he didnt say EARTH's global warming lol ..... hmmmmm

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